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. >> i understand. >> sean: and what is the maximum that they can take, the maximum the government can have? >> you're asking me for a number. if you're doing better than your secretary and the secretary-- >> maximum? >> they should pay their fair share. >> sean: give me a fair share number. >> i like a flat tax. >> sean: between state, local, federal and isn't it sad people are thinking of moving states? and some people might leave the country, that's sad. >> only people with options can do that and we're losing track of that. >> sean: when those people leave, guess who is going to pay? the people who are left. >> yeah, and the states are being dug into the ground with all of these. >> sean: and we've got to run, but we expect momentarily that vice-president biden will be addressing the troops on this inauguration night. congratulations to the president, first lady for ing, that's all the time at we have left. greta is next to go "on the record" and we'll see you tomorrow night. >> greta: tonight, it's blistering, it isn't so much what was said, but who said it. is the cbs news politi
health care is, it's very government-controlled and it's becoming more government-controlled so it's the opposite of free enterprise capitalism. >> all that and more in just minutes away, first, manti mania. notre dame football star manti te'o in the center of a big hoax, at the the victim or in on the hoax. and a teammate calling him a liar. >> and joining us with the latest facts on this story and jack, before we get to your conversations with teammates of him, i'm curious, set the stage. what are the facts as we know it tonight? >> well, the facts are so convoluted. it's such a long, deep rabbit hole where the story comes from. the quick version is that here you have manti te'o, star linebacker, notre dame, goes on to come in second place in heisman trophy ballots. he had this girlfriend he allegedly met a few years ago, she allegedly was diagnosed with leukemia and he kind of rode this wave of this tragic love story that happened to coincide on the same day as his grandmother's died, this fictitious girlfriend passed away and he was crying on the side line of the michigan win m
draft pick. i think there are a lot of concerns from those people, the governing bodies of those particular awards and their trusts with regard to what he did or didn't know after he got that call on december 6th. >> greta: well, apparently, i mean, two days before you met him, but maybe i'm in the minority, but you know, i think of him, he's only 22. >> yeah. >> greta: and when, you know, this is like -- if he knew something about it, that was really stupid. if he got duped, that was pretty stupid, but he's only 22. let him come out, make a statement, by someone and move on. give him a break, he's just 22. >> greta, i'm right there with you. i've he got a daughter that's 22 years of age. i understand what can happen and anybody in our culture that's successful is what the rest of the country apparently wants to bring down. we live in a world where good is bad and bad is good. and i think that manti te'o if anything, he's guilty of naivete, but beyond that, okay, once you did know and you understood what was at stake financially, that's where the question comes into play. it's a
people -- the governing bodies of those particular awards and their trusts with regard to what he did or didn't know after he got that call on december 6. >> apparently, he knew it two days before he met him, maybe i am in the minority, but he's only 22. you know, if he knew something about it, that was really stupid. if he got duped, that was pretty stupid. but he is only 22. let him come out, make a statement. get an interview by someone and move o. give him a break. he's just 22. >> reporter: i am right there with you. i have a daughter that's 22 years of age. i understand whatt can happen. anybody in our culture who is successful is what the rest of the country wants to bring down. we live in a world where good is bad and bad is good. i think that manti te'ono, if anything is guilty of naivete. beyond that, it becomes okay, once you did be and you understood what was at stake financially, that's where the question comes into play. it's a little bit like that theory of the last investors into the bernie madoff ponzi scheme. if it was just about embarrass scpment you couldn't go the
in the history of this country that limited government, fiscal responsibility, individual sovereignty, a strong national defense, are best for america and ensures our future generations have the opportunities of previous generations. >> greta: let me switch to fitch warning it may downgrade credit, the american credit if we -- if the debt ceiling isn't raised. your thought on that? >> well, it's so important that we get this debt situation under control, and i think that once again, when you consider what we're doing to our future generations, you know, our children and our grandchildren, currently who have $53,000 debt upon them. we're eroding their possibilities and their opportunities in this great society. so i think we have to have up in washington d.c., the seriousness, to look at the true problem, which is a spending problem. look at mandatory spending programs and we have to stop the exorbitant amount of spending and we have to say, finally, we're going to stop this debt and we're going to get serious, and i think that fitch is very appropriate in saying that if they don't see a curtail
to allow the government to grind to a halt if, who do you think the american people would blame if that came to pass. >> i suspect the american people would blame all of washington for not being able to get its act together. >> greta: back in 2006 when president obama was then a senator he actually voted against raising the debt ceiling. so what has changed now? congressman jason chaffetz nice to see you. >> well, congress spending pushing and the president pushing for this? we have to stop the spending. like the alcoholic who won't give up his drink anymore, you have to slow this. >> greta: what president obama said today he's basically executing what you in congress are telling him to do. you authorize the spending and he's got to pay the bills. and so now you're saying he can't borrow the money. >> no, we've got to make sure we prioritize the payment of the 16.4 trillion dollars that this government owes, but we have to solve the problem. we don't need just the deal. we actually have to solve the problem and the way you solve that problem is it cut up the credit card and slow
that? >> they want to make more pressure on the algerian government. they want to take-- much better-- >> and why did they take them in the first place? was this in relation to the french flying over algeria to mali? >> very, absolutely. they want take algeria and the algeria president. and the americans are among the group of many nationals? >> yeah, they want to put more pressure on the algerian government and why they took the americans and everyone and japanese and norwegians within the group. >> thank you, sir. >> thank you. >> and tonight, what might be political funny business that you won't find particularly funny, the associated press reporting that washington put off the illegal immigration and he was working for menendez. she broke the story and joins us. >> nice to see you. >> when the story first broke about two months ago, it was unclear why the arrest wasn't made. and then-- of the illegal in senator menendez's office. what have you learned since. >> internal ice documents provided to the senate judiciary committee shows when the office learned who the man was, they we
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